The best sex toys and technologies at CES 2020
Since humanity has existed, we have always looked for ways to control our sexual pleasure. Hell, the researchers discovered a 28,000 year old dildo, so sex technology is not exactly a new development. What is new is the widespread acceptance of devices at events such as CES 2020.
It’s a turnaround from last year’s fiasco when sexual wellness company Lora DiCarlo had its innovation award withdrawn by CTA. After months of backlash, CTA reversed its decision, reinstated the award, and allowed other sexual wellness companies to exhibit at this year’s CES.
I had the opportunity to learn about a few of these companies at CES. And although pleasure is at the forefront of these products, in some cases they are also used as health aids, helping women to readjust to sexual activity after pregnancy or men to cope with it. premature ejaculation. TL: DR: sexual technology = well-being.
Here are the best sex toys and technologies from CES 2020.
Lora DiCarlo Baci
The brand that started the sexual revolution at CES is back with two brand new toys, including the Baci. This is basically the clitoral stimulator from the award-winning original Osé minus the G-spot stimulator. Baci uses mixed airflow technology and the company’s micro-robotics. The gadget is designed to mimic the sensation of a mouth engaging the clitoris, for ultimate oral pleasure.
Crave Vesper Ring
Crave’s line of Vesper vibrators ensure that your toys are always close at hand and always hidden from view, masquerading as an elegant piece of jewelry. The company continues the trend with the Vesper Rings. Available in two sizes, both rings are made of stainless steel and are available in three premium finishes (24k gold, silver and rose gold) similar to the Vesper necklace. Despite their size, the two rings manage to deliver a powerful set of vibrations at several different speeds and forces.
Lora DiCarlo Onda
Don’t call it a vibrator. Like the Osé before him, Lora DiCarlo’s Onda does not vibrate. Instead, it uses the company’s micro-robotics to simulate a finger performing the ‘coming gesture’, which is perfect for G-spot stimulation. The shape of the device makes it ideal for navigating. a person’s unique curves, providing a better experience than other G-spot focused devices.
Lioness generation 2
Most sexual health devices are designed to help you achieve an orgasm. The Lioness 2 too, but the product takes it one step further and helps women understand how and when to cum. Similar to Gen. 1 Lioness, Gen. 2 uses sensors to track body heat and pelvic floor movement and measures steps between arousal and orgasm and plots everything in a free companion app. But thanks to tracking over 30,000 orgasms through Gen 1, the second gen iteration can offer suggestions on how to reach the big O using the AI’s suggestions. So how accurate is Gen. 2? The app can now measure the difference between an orgasm achieved by taking caffeine and drinking wine. Best of all, all of these software enhancements will also be available on Gen. 1.
Lovesense Max 2
On its own, the Lovesense Max 2 is a fairly stylish cordless male masturbating aid, offering 360-degree contractions, adjustable suction, and the ability to be used with a partner – whether you’re in the same room or miles away. a way. And if you own the Lovesense Nora vibrator, it can be used by a partner in tandem with the Max 2. That’s fine, but what makes the Max 2 special is its ability to be used with headphones. virtual reality, including the Oculus and HTC Vive products as well as the Samsung Odyssey. Paired with a VR game called Mirror Life, the Max 2 will provide stimulation based on what’s going on between you and your virtual partner.
The MyHixel Med is intended to solve the medical problem of premature ejaculation. Instead of the various vibration and suction patterns you would expect from an ordinary masturbation aid, the Med provides a constant, constant vibration designed to help the user control their climax. MyHixel also comes with a code for an app that connects you with a professional sexual health expert for a free consultation. The app offers a series of programs that the company says can triple your stamina. And those who don’t have sexual dysfunction issues can use MiHixel and the app to extend their overall stamina.
Poco by MysteryVibe brings the extreme flexibility of its flagship product, the Crescendo, and packs it into an extremely compact package. The Poco, which is basically classified as a bullet vibrator, stands out from the pack because of its ability to flex. Using two points of articulation, the Poco can switch from a regular vibrator focused only on vaginal penetration to one that can target the G-spot. This means potentially deeper and more intense vibrations of something that you can throw in your purse for on-the-go fun.
Pulse warming distributor
We’ve all been there at some point. You are about to get hot and heavy with your partner and you coat yourself in cold lube. It’s not a mood killer per se, but it can make you forget the present moment. With the Pulse heated dispenser, you never have to worry about cold lubricant again. Boasting a rather low-profile design, Pulse looks a bit like a reading light until you put your hand under the sensor. A quick squirt of warm lube settles in your hand, ready to use with a toy or partner. Pulse offers a variety of oils, including Aloe-ahh Silicone and Aloe H2Oh! The company even offers massage oils. Personal lubricants are pH balanced to match a woman’s natural pH level to prevent dryness or irritation.
OhMiBod Blue Motion Nex 3
While sex toys are generally designed for solo play, it’s fun to bring a partner into the mix. OhMiBod’s Blue Motion Nex 3 encourages couples to play in a number of fun ways. Designed to fit along the shaft of the penis, the Nex 3 has a large, soft ribbed surface which, when engaged, is designed to make contact with the clitoris and the pubic bone, which is at the bottom. ‘unknown to many, an erogenous zone. And since it’s OhMiBod, which is known to sync your playlist with your toy, that functionality carries over to the Blue Motion Nex 3. 50 Cent’s ‘Candy Shop’ has never looked so compelling.
Crave Duo Pro
Crave improves its original Duet vibrator with the new Duet Pro. When launching later this year, this clitoral-focused toy will offer four modes and power levels. And like its predecessor, it’s small, but delivers surprisingly strong vibrations while making very little noise. But where the Duet Pro stands out is its customization. A quick visit to the website and you can customize any of the four speed and intensity settings. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about who you are or what your information is, as the website only requires the serial number printed on the USB input part of the toy.
Satisfyer Curvy 2+
Sex toys can be prohibitively expensive which is a shame because everyone deserves a mind-blowing orgasm every now and then. Enter Satisfyer with its incredibly inexpensive products. The latest, the Curvy 2+, will cost just $ 39 when it launches later this year. The Curvy 2+ is a dual-use product, using air pulse technology and vibration for clitoral stimulation. But that’s only part of the fun. The Curvy 2+ works with an app, allowing you or a partner to create personalized vibrations by simply swiping up and down on the app. Or for even more fun, personalized vibrations can be sent while talking on the phone, making it one of the sexiest conversations you’ll ever have.
XR Brands ErgoFit Strap-on Strapless
Uncomfortable harnesses and loose fit are common complaints with straps. XR Brands hopes to solve this problem with the ErgoFit Strapless Strap-on. The company claims the device is the world’s first remote-controlled inflatable strap-on dildo. Instead of a harness, the penetrating woman inserts the smaller end of the device inside and when the action starts to heat up, she can adjust the width of the device so that it does not slip. not. The adjustable size is created by inflating and deflating the bulb. Meanwhile, the penetrated person gets the added pleasure of a powerful vibrator.